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Fire and Air Quality Map

The map above shows current fires and air quality at monitors around the state. The colors indicate Air Quality Index (AQI) health levels. The numbers you see when clicking on an icon are PM 2.5 concentrations, not AQI levels. For AQI numbers, visit DEQ's AQI  or download the free OregonAir app for  Android  or  iPhone . Round icons represent permanent air quality monitors, triangular icons represent temporary monitors (when deployed).

Air quality advisory expanded to Central Oregon and Harney County, extended through noon Saturday

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality expanded and extended an air quality advisory Thursday due to smoke from wildfires in California and Oregon. The updated advisory covers Central Oregon and Harney County as well as Southwest Oregon and South Central Oregon. DEQ extended the advisory through noon Saturday. ** Información en español   ** The following areas are under air quality advisories: • Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties, as well as the Warm Springs Reservation through noon Saturday. Smoke is coming from the Lionshead Fire and wildfires in California. • Harney County through noon Saturday. Smoke is coming from wildfires in California. • Josephine, Jackson, Klamath and Lake counties, as well as Eastern Douglas County, through noon Saturday. Smoke is primarily coming from wildfires in California. The Slater Fire in Southern Oregon and Northern California also continues to produce smoke. Smoke will most likely be thickest at night and in the mornings, with some afte

Air quality advisory through Friday for Southwest Oregon and South Central Oregon

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality issued an air quality advisory Monday for Southwest Oregon and South Central Oregon due to smoke from wildfires in California and Oregon. ** Información en español ** The following areas are under air quality advisories: • Josephine, Jackson, Klamath and Lake counties, as well as Eastern Douglas County, through Friday. Smoke is primarily coming from wildfires in California. The Slater Fire in Southwest Oregon and Northern California also continues to produce smoke. Smoke will most likely be thickest at night and in the mornings throughout the week, with some afternoon and evening clearing. DEQ and partner agencies will continue to monitor smoke levels in these areas and air quality across the state. Smoke levels can change rapidly depending on weather. Check current conditions by visiting the  Oregon Smoke Information Blog , downloading the free OregonAIR app on your smartphone, or going to on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s  A